Volunteers are the Backbone of MCBC
Meet fellow cyclists while sharing your valuable skills and time. Below are a variety of ways you can support MCBC while having a fun time! Sign-up today by contacting April Spooner-Kushner at
or (415) 456-3469 x 7#.
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
November 21- Saturday
Tenderfoot Finishing Touches
The heavy lifting may be over, but there's still some finishing work to be done. Meet at the top of Tenderfoot Trail in Mill Valley, where MCBC staff, members and other volunteers replaced the aging switchback with a stone retaining wall. We will plant native shrubs below the new wall and compact the trail tread above the wall.
November 26- Thursday
Repack Fire Road will be closed again this Thanksgiving Thursday, November 26, so MCBC needs volunteers to help guide bicyclists onto alternate open routes.
There will be a social gathering in the parking lot of the new Marin Museum of Bicycling starting at 11 AM, and MCBC will be spreading the word to all mountain bikers about our "Slow & Say Hello!" campaign and the 3 Gaps Trail Initiative.
Volunteers with MCBC help us with many of these tasks:
Did you help us out recently? Click here
to see this fiscal year’s growing list of helpers.
Represent MCBC at your favorite events, like Bike To Work Day
, The Fairfax Festival, the Marin Century
and Biketoberfest! Outreach is the most important way to get others interested in the programs and projects that make Marin a great place to bike. It’s also a great way to meet new people who share your passion for cycling!
Behind the scenes, MCBC volunteers keep the office operating smoothly by helping with mailings, data entry, compiling new-member packets, filing, archiving newspaper articles, graphic design for special event pieces, writing articles, and office cleanup. Let us know if you have a few weekday hours to spare to help us in this very important way.
MCBC provides free valet bike parking
throughout Marin County at key community events, offering cyclists the opportunity to have fun at events while avoiding the traffic congestion and parking hassles. This very-social all-volunteer service includes bike parking, promoting MCBC, and recruiting new members.
Please help MCBC get the word out about our events and quarterly news. Enjoy traveling around the county as you distribute brochures, newsletters, and posters for us to a pre-determined list of local bike shops, libraries, community centers, and businesses. Distribution can even be done on your bike!
Got great phone skills? Help call MCBC members to attend local meetings, collect feedback on how MCBC is doing, invite lapsed members to renew, discuss ballot issues, special events, etc. We provide the script; all you need to do is speak clearly and cheerfully!